The Wrong Side of the Tracks: Book 2 - A Coming-of-Age Story of First Love & True Friendship (For Stephen King & Mark Twain Fans)

The Wrong Side of the Tracks: Book 2 - A Coming-of-Age Story of First Love & True Friendship (For Stephen King & Mark Twain Fans)

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by Mike Wells
     
 

14 year old Stephen moves into a tough neighborhood and soon finds himself in love with Kristine, one of the prettiest girls in his class. Kristine appears to like him, too, but Stephen learns she "belongs" to a big, mean football player who's three years older. Despite warnings from his best friend, Stephen moves ahead anyway. All hell breaks loose. Will Stephen… See more details below

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14 year old Stephen moves into a tough neighborhood and soon finds himself in love with Kristine, one of the prettiest girls in his class. Kristine appears to like him, too, but Stephen learns she "belongs" to a big, mean football player who's three years older. Despite warnings from his best friend, Stephen moves ahead anyway. All hell breaks loose. Will Stephen allow himself to be shoved into the background, or will he win the girl he truly loves?

5 Stars! Wrong Side of the Tracks is set in the teenage hell known as high school. -- Cindy Harrison

5 Stars! Very well-written, exciting, and keeps you reading till the end! -- Billie J. Copas

5 Stars! a great book with a lot of turns and twists in it. -- MacKenzie Becker

From Dustin Reviews
The Wrong Side of the Tracks was one of those remarkable reads that sucked this reader right out of the real world and into Wells fictional
story book universe. When one finds such a read, it's magical. From the first paragraph, I was reminded of the 1986 American dramatic film: Stand By Me, directed by Rob Reiner. Based on the novella The Body by Stephen King which starred Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman and others. Reading The Wrong Side of the Tracks was like visiting old friends that I hadn't seen in years. Although Stephen King's and Mike Wells stories are quite different, they share a similar overall feel. Wells brought the teenage (main) characters to life in a way that I felt I was actually part of the story itself, although I was a silent observer. Wells descriptions and dialogue are spot on and weaves a very realistic and believable story. The Wrong Side of the Tracks holds true to Wells reputation as a writer of 'unputdownable' novels.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149767625
Publisher:
Mike Wells
Publication date:
07/17/2014
Series:
The Wrong Side of the Tracks , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
433,932
File size:
0 MB

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